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Daubeney Fields
Local greening action. Don't just complain. Do something.
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Wilton Wilton Sep 16
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Daubeney Fields Sep 15
A weed is an insulting name for a wild plant, just as it is for a human.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 11
The E5 area is now herbicide free, thanks to . Plants are growing back naturally. We now need residents to help manage the natural regeneration of our neighbourhood. For our good, the good of our children, and the good of wildlife.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 11
Great to see 's project picked up as a case study for the Mayor Greener City Fund.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 9
One year on, 's depaved and naturally regenerated corners on Redwald Road E5 have reached a new stage of ecological progression. .
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Daubeney Fields Sep 3
Replying to @thetreecircle
Thank you. Sounds wonderful. Would love to join.
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Daubeney Fields Sep 2
Good luck with the crowdfunder and welcome to the family.
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Daubeney Fields Aug 30
It's not just wild plants finding space to grow on our pavements since stopped spraying glyphosate in the area.
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Daubeney Fields Aug 29
And great to get the support of PAN UK on this..
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Daubeney Fields Aug 28
"All over Hackney, people are taking action on climate change". Providing more funding to help communities take such action would be a wise investment. Hackney ranked greenest London borough and third in UK for emission reductions via
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Daubeney Fields Aug 27
Is this the first time a council has stopped spraying herbicide - rather than replacing glyphosate with alternatives that still remove insect-supporting plants? Creating conditions in which urban insects can thrive is truly exciting. via
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Daniel Raven-Ellison Aug 24
Woodlands currently cover just 13% of the UK. We can double the area of woods to 26% through a penny-in-the-pound rise on income tax for just 10 years. Doing so will help nature restore, tackle the climate crisis, reduce flooding and make wonderful places for people & wildlife.
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Kinsgmead Residents E9 Aug 23
We have a large group of volunteers from a tech corporate organisation who would like to run some volunteering afternoon on 3rd September. I would like them to work around Hackney area. There would btw 40 to 60 peoples
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Daubeney Fields Aug 15
A great example of what partnership between council and community can achieve. Daubeney Fields playground transformation an 'instant hit' with families via
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Daubeney Fields Aug 12
Lizz, postcode gardener for Bideford, Devon, is giving dated municipal flower beds a fresh community make-over.
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Daubeney Fields Aug 8
You can bring people to a park and you can bring a park to people. is inviting residents to apply for more parklets.
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Daubeney Fields Jul 31
Planting a boundary can soften the harsh barrier between private and public space. It creates a greater sense of connection and collective endeavour. .
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Daubeney Fields Jul 30
The management of open space can be benign or malign for nature. And so can 'neglect' of the space. The trick is knowing the difference.
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Daubeney Fields Jul 30
Sunflower growing by pavement tree in zone.
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Daubeney Fields Jul 29
Wild flowers growing beneath the fort at our new early years natural play area on Daubeney Fields. Investment in parks and green spaces flows from healthy partnerships between local authorities and communities.
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